Strawberry Shake Punch Card

 

I enjoy creating things with the Stampin’ Up! punches.  This is one of the cards we made earlier in the month at a punch art class I held at my Stampin’ Strawberry shake glass was made with  a 2″ x 3″ piece of Blushing Bride card stock which was cut at a slight angle on both sides.  Then I cut 2″ x 5/8″ pieces and used the Envelope Punch Board to round the corners.  The frothy foam and cherry on top were made from various sized of our Circle Punches.  The straw was stamped with one of the images from the stamp set “Tape It” and cut to size.  The words came from various stamp sets.

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Happy Birthday to You

How’s this for a simple and fun birthday card?  I punched out 14 white “piano keys” and 8 black keys with the Word Window punch and attached them to a
4″ x 5 1/4″ piece of Basic Black card stock.  The stamped image is from the Timeless Talk stamp set – love the musical notes with the words.
 
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Etch-a-sketch card


  I was flipping through Pinterest the other day and was inspired by an

Etch-a-sketch card I saw there.  Using my Paper trimmer, I cut out a rectangle from the front of my card and sponged around the edges of that opening (for depth).  Next I stamped the images on Smoky Slate card stock and attached it t the inside of the card front with Dimensionals.  1″ circles sponged with Smoky Slate ink were popped up with Dimensionals on the front and just like that the card was complete. 
 
This card makes me happy as it reminds me of one of my favorite toys when I was young.
 
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